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June 2009 is now the 2nd wettest Denver June

Saturday, June 27th, 2009 9:31am MDT

From the National Weather Service: June 2009 has moved into the second wettest June since Denver weather records began in 1872.  So far for June 2009, through June 26th, the Denver International Airport (DIA) has measured 4.86 inches of liquid (and there are still 4 more days left in June).  The 4.86 inches of water […]

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Saturday storms bring heavy rain, funnel cloud

Sunday, May 24th, 2009 2:51am MDT

Saturday afternoon’s thunderstorms brought some pretty interesting weather to Denver and the Front Range.  Our wettest and cloudiest month seems to be intent on finishing out right on par with what we would expect this time of year.  Thunderstorms and showers moved across the metro area in the late afternoon Saturday producing thunder, lightning and […]

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Crazy August weather – Lots of moisture but overall still behind the curve

Tuesday, August 19th, 2008 9:45am MDT

If August 2008’s weather thus far had to be summed up in one word it would be WET!  Last Thursday a low pressure system began moving into the region from Saskatchewan, Canada.  Ahead of the system a cold front moved into northeastern Colorado and by Friday that low pressure had settled over Colorado.  Over a […]

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Signs of Fall approaching as cool and wet hit Thornton

Friday, August 15th, 2008 5:55am MDT

Updated Saturday, 8/16/08 @ 5:19am – Denver officially reached a high temperature of 59 degrees on Friday (Thornton reached 58).  This crushed the old record low maximum temperature of 68 degrees set in 1880.  Saturday has the potential to do the same with a forecast high of 56. Updated Friday, 8/15/08 @ 2:25pm – A Flood Watch […]

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